1/01/2013

Georgetown Law Professor: Give Up "Archaic, idiosyncratic and downright evil" Constitution

Posted by Brian

It seems that every other day, some liberal professor from some "elite" university is exposing the absolute tripe that our young people are being exposed to, and taught, at our institutions of higher learning.
This time, it's some nut-job from Georgetown University, a Constitutional law professor named Louis Michael Seidman, who goes by three names, so you know he thinks he is important.  This gas bag, in a New York Times op-ed piece, says that the U.S. should just toss out the Constitution, with "all of its archaic, idiosyncratic, and downright evil provisions".
I often wonder why these people, who believe that this nation, our founding, and our Constitution are so fundamentally flawed and evil, aren't rushing for the nearest door to escape this oppressive place.  Why would you want to stay in a place that you hate and despise.  Instead, these malcontents and wretched refuse enter our public schools and institutions of higher learning, and spew their poison into the minds of malleable children and young adults.
Professor Seidman is one more liberal who, to his credit, has the guts to say that he hates this country and what it stands for.  Now, if he just had the guts to buy a ticket to the socialist utopia of his choice, and quit trying to screw up my country.



HERE’S WHY THIS CONSTITUTIONAL LAW PROFESSOR THINKS AMERICA SHOULD ‘GIVE UP THE CONSTITUTION’
Posted on December 31, 2012 at 12:07pm by Becket Adams

Louis Michael Seidman, a professor of constitutional law at Georgetown University, has a simple plan for getting the U.S. back on track: Let’s give up the Constitution.

No, really. That’s the title of his New York Times op-ed. His basic argument is that America is not in a perilous financial crisis because of simple, vapid, and dishonest little men. The U.S. is in trouble because of our unreasonable adherence to an outdated document.

“As the nation teeters at the edge of fiscal chaos, observers are reaching the conclusion that the American system of government is broken. But almost no one blames the culprit: our insistence on obedience to the Constitution, with all its archaic, idiosyncratic and downright evil provisions,” writes Seidman.
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